Let us get the most challenging Premiere Elements 10 issue out of the way first - what is the video card/graphics card that your computer uses - NVIDIA GeForce? If so, stop. That is a major problem. It is possible that the card was automatically updated. And, the Premiere Elements NVIDIA GeForce issue requires a fix with the driver version rolled back to May 2013.
Lots of troubleshooting information needed...
1. What computer operating system?
2. Are you doing a burn to disc DVD for DVD-VIDEO on DVD disc or disc DVD for AVCHD DVD?
3. Do you have the latest version of QuickTime 7 installed on your computer (v 7.7.8), and are you running the programs as administrator (from user account with administrative privileges)? In addition, right click the desktop icon for 10 and select and apply Run As Administrator.
Depending on how troubleshooting proceeds, it might be a consideration to uninstall QuickTime 7.7.8 and used 7.7.6 instead.
4. If you cannot burn to disc, can you burn to folder?
5. Is your computer optimized?
Let us start here and then decide what next based on the details in your reply. Any questions about the questions, do not hesitate to ask.
I do have NVIDIA GeForce. Have had it since about 2012 and it has worked fine until about a month ago.
1. Windows 10
2. Burning Video DVD to be played on DVD Players
3. I do not have quicktime installed. I am running as adminstrator
4. I can burn to folder.
5. System is optimized.
Thanks for the reply.
Please download and install
This is a System Requirement
Run the programs as administrator (from user account with administrative privileges)
Above all do...
You need to resolve the NVIDIA GeForce issue specific to Premiere Elements 10 (requires roll back of driver version to May 2013 and not update to latest driver version).
If all has been working well with Premiere Elements 10 in your computer with that NVIDIA GeForce card, I am speculating that you had the older driver version and somehow it got updated.
In most, if not all cases, the older NVIDIA GeForce drivers from NVIDIA are no longer available. Your hope is that the older version driver is still on your computer. To check out that possibility go to Device Manager/Display Adapters/NVIDIA card it Properties and Driver Tab. Under the Driver Tab, click on Update Driver and click on the option that allows you to look for the driver version on your computer.
We will be watching for your progress. Any questions about the above, please ask.
I installed QuickTime and roll backed the graphics card and that seems to have fixed it.
Thanks for letting us know the outcome. Great news that the problem was resolved with QuickTime install and NVIDIA GeForce driver version roll back. Well done on the follow through to overcome the Premiere Elements 10 NVIDIA GeForce issues.
Please do not hesitate to ask if any questions moving forward in your Premiere Elements projects. Just be on guard that the NVIDIA GeForce does not get automatically updated on your computer with Premiere Elements 10.